August 1936 - Spain - Simancas - Keystone View Company
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Poignant moments in the Spanish village of Simancas during the funeral of an anti-Red soldier who was killed on the Northern Front. His flower-decked coffin lies at the roadside, while his comrades-in-arms march past in a last salute, watched by women and children. Simancas, near Valladolid, became famous as the repository of the voluminous national archives of Spain.
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Spain - Simancas, Keystone View Company
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